Security Council has run out of options concerning North Korea

Security Council has run out of options concerning North Korea

Security Council has run out of options concerning North Korea

President Trump will embark on a whirlwind series of meetings this week at the United Nations General Assembly to make two big asks of the world: Stand with us against North Korea, and hold the line against Iran's nuclear program.

After Pyongyang conducted its first missile launch since the United Nations had imposed new sanctions on North Korea, the U.S. president's national security adviser reiterated that a military solution to the problem is still on the table. He stressed there is now consensus among all key nations that denuclearization of North Korea is one of the world's top priorities.

"None of us want war".

"We're out of time", McMaster said.

Trump, who will stay in his Manhattan penthouse at Trump Tower, will conclude his stay Thursday with meetings with leaders from Turkey, Afghanistan and Ukraine before holding a lunch with the leaders of South Korea and Japan, largely to discuss the threats emanating from North Korea.

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She confirmed President Donald Trump's threats of "fire and fury" towards North Korea was no bluff, days before he is due to speak to the UN General Assembly in NY on Tuesday.

"We're trying every other possibility that we have, but there's a whole lot of military options on the table", she said.

"The South Korean government said they fired a missile within minutes afterwards, from their coastline".

Foreign Minister Taro Kono talked with his counterparts in the United States, South Korea and Russian Federation over the phone to confirm their close coordination over the North Korea issue.

Trump will meet with leaders from Europe, Asia, the Middle East and Latin America throughout the week, but his remarks, scheduled for Tuesday morning, will be the president's highest profile opportunity to explain his foreign policy vision couched in his "America first" agenda.

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McMaster repeated that the United States demands North Korea give up its nuclear weapons and that "all options" remain on the table.

Russian Federation and China have repeatedly called for a diplomatic solution to the crisis, arguing that more punitive measures will not ease the distrust North Korea feels about the United States and its allies and instead will more likely result in a humanitarian catastrophe. A trio of missile launches and a hydrogen bomb test that is the communist nation's most powerful to date.

National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster said Trump "will urge all states to come together to address great dangers" facing the globe.

Those arguments were buttressed from within Trump's administration last month when Steven Bannon concurred that America was essentially bluffing about military options, shortly before he was pushed out as the president's strategic adviser. And there's little sign that talks involving the U.S., North Korea and other interested countries can be arranged amid the nearly weekly barrage of weapons tests and threats, let alone stop the North's determined nuclear march.

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